WHAT YOU’LL NEED
2 old handsaws
Jute ribbon or other decorative
Decorative embellishments Tree topper
D-ring with a clip
Hot glue gun
Lay saws side by side, one overlapping the other, in a tree shape, with the teeth facing out and the handles lined up evenly at the bottom.
Run a line of epoxy along the right-hand saw’s left edge, which will become the vertical center of the tree. Lay the other saw edge on top of the epoxy, pressing until set. Using hot glue, adhere ribbons to the face of the saws in cascading diagonal lines to resemble tree garland. Adhere decorative embellishments and a tree topper.
Using epoxy, adhere the clip with the D-ring to the back of the saws near the top. Hang on a wall out of reach of small children.
WHEN SAWS GROW WORN FROM CUTTING DOWN THE ANNUAL TREE, FORGO THE GREENERY AND HANG THEM AS A FESTIVE FOCAL POINT.
with a strand of mini LED lights. Tuck the tiny battery pack behind the saws to hide it.